Scott, Mike, and Wayne (as Allan says below, "the holy trinity" of interior photography) have created a new workshop series. These are not "real estate photography" workshops. They won't be talking about how to shoot wide, work fast, or be low priced. These workshops will be geared towards making the best possible photo, period - no constraints.
The workshops will be as follows:
Kansas City workshop: A 3-day affair (November 30th through December 2nd), with two days of shooting and one day of the classroom. Our location, the University of Missouri Bloch School of Management is a BNIM Architect's project that is pure “eye candy”, with curves and colors, crazy staircases, and skylights galore, so we’ll have plenty of good compositional material to work with. One day will be instructor demonstrations - Mike, Wayne, and Scott will be making photos with their individual processes (which are all quite different) and answering questions along the way. Day two will be student shooting with guidance from instructors. We’ll have full access to the interiors and exteriors of this unique building. On day three, we’ll be in a Bloch School classroom working on post-production and discussing business practices and any other subject that comes up.
Palm Springs workshop: A one-day, very intense experience designed to kick-start the experienced interiors photographer to another level. This is an excellent way for an advanced real estate photographer to start thinking differently about photography of houses. We’re shooting in the Girasol House in Palm Springs; a classic mid-century residence. With a super-low instructor to student ratio (3 instructors, 9 students) it’s going to be a very focused day—focused on the individual student’s needs. We currently have 2 days available: November 16th and 17th. Anyone signing up for this workshop needs to be ready for a long, tiring day, but we promise to make it worth the sweat.